Nick's SPLC Information Page
Thought the Southern Poverty Law Center was a nice civil rights organization? Think again! The soiled reputations, injured careers, and ruined lives serve only to make money for a scamming elite.
Here are some links to articles on the Internet which expose the agenda, personal motivations, and techniques of the SPLC.
- The Southern Poverty Law Center: A Twisted Definition of ‘Hate’ by Matthew Vadum - On the Human Events site, this is an excellent exposé of the empty rhetoric of the organization.
- The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Hate-Mongers - John Vennari on the SPLC's methodology employed in one of their anti-Catholic campaigns.
- Debbie Schlussel on How Morris Dees Seized American Land For Illegal Aliens - The Conservative Jewish commentator takes exception to the litigious side of the SPLC.
- Looking For Hate In All The Wrong Places - Judy Andreas on, among other things, branding The Lord of the Rings as white racist propaganda.
- Southern Poverty Law Center: Activities, Agendas, and Worldview - Jacob Laksin discusses the SPLC's history and their technique of fundraising with hysteria.
- The Church of Morris Dees - From Harper's Magazine, November 2000: How the Southern Poverty Law Center profits from "intolerance."
- FACT SHEET ON MORRIS DEES and the SOUTHERN POVERTY LAW CENTER - A shorter summary of some of the more incriminating charges against Dees.
- Morris Dees’ Hate Campaign - David Horowitz addresses Mr. Dees directly.
- Southern Poverty Law Center: a Wikipedia article, which has some information on controversies regarding the SPLC. Excerpts: “In 1996 USA Today stated ‘... in a recent report on arsons at black churches in the South, [Dees’] Klanwatch newsletter included five 1990 fires in Kentucky. The article doesn’t mention they were set by a black man.’” The USA Today article
cited Stephen Bright, of the Southern Center for Human Rights, saying
that Dees “is a fraud who has milked a lot of very wonderful
well-intentioned people. If it’s got headlines, Morris is there.”
- Morris Dees’ Defamation: FrontPage Magazine’s Myles Kantor takes the SPLC hucksters to task. Says Kantor: “Keep up the great work, Mr. Dees. Don’t let truth and decency get in your way.”
- Ronald Reagan, John Wayne members of 'hate group'?: One of America's oldest and most mainstream conservative organizations, Young Americans for Freedom at Michigan State University, was designated a "hate group" by the Southern Poverty Law Center for opposing illegal immigration, same-sex marriage and affirmative action. Their name appears along with groups tied to racist skinheads, Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan.
- “The Trouble in Paradise is Trouble with the Truth”: A conservative Catholic institution defends itself from the SPLC.
- You Can’t Make This Stuff Up, etc: “Anti-Racists” Say Lord of the Rings too “Eurocentric”: Sam Francis on the SPLC's diatribe against the movie "The Return of the King."